Inspiration – that internal magic which starts the creative process from spirit and moves out to materialize out into the world. It’s a process that is a perfect match for the moon cycle. Writing? Art? Sewing? Videos? All are eligible to participate.
What are you willing to do to for your creative process?
We are part of a Whole
Dr. Wayne Dyer explained that being inspired by a great purpose “…all revolves around your being harmoniously connected to your Source.” That is what I believe the moon cycle helps us to do.
Ashley Turner talked about being part of a Whole:
“…Our bodymind represents a microcosm of the larger macrocosm of the universal forces which are always moving through us.”
“The same lunar and solar currents that spin the stars and pull the ocean tides flow through our body and psyche.”
The Dark of the Moon
It’s a natural to incubate the process in the dark new moon phase, as Kaya Singer likes to do:
“For me, the first step is to be in the dark, and take the moon path inward where it gets deeper and darker. As I do this, ideas, and stories appear and words drop onto the page.”
The Waxing Cycle
After the dark moon, use the empowering segment of the waxing moon to bring the creation to reality as Shiva Rea talks about:
“…when I’m teaching, I always plan teachings that are more dynamic in the waxing moon cycle. Or if I’m in a creative project, I will try in the two weeks of the waxing cycle [to move] things that are in a more outward nature toward fruition. And then once we’re on that cycle—now we’re just a couple of days into the waning cycle—I try and save everything that is like “taking care of the nest” for that waning cycle.”
We are in that precious building time of the moon cycle right now, busy manifesting the intentions set a few short days ago. It should feel familiar and normal because we are conditioned to move so fast these days.
It’s okay to feel a little doubt about your project – we all do! The tension will build until the full moon on June 2.
Frustration is natural, too. It is directly in proportion to your ability to meet the new situation in your comfort zone.
What excites your creativity?
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